It's not just haute couture models parading down the runway with the latest spring fashions.
Google+ has done its first redesign since launching last summer and my initial impression is that I'm giving this a plus one for the right direction.
Today's my birthday – I share it with Lincoln and Darwin. But I'm not writing for greetings (though they're always welcome ). I'm posting because of the surprise good wishes I received from someone I don't know, but do see all the time.
Yep. The Internet behemoth is keeping track of little old me. Not too shabby. You'd think I'd be happy to be chosen for such an honour.
But the thing is, I haven't been plucked from the crowd, it's more a case of not being able to opt out.
Like many of us, I'm a big Google user. I enjoy their products, how well they work and how integrated they are. Because of the company, I learned how to spell and almost understand algorithm. I'm also a fan of their minimalist design aesthetic.
This was originally published on Inside PR 2.78.
Now it’s a couple of weeks later, and we thought we’d take a closer look. Gini kicks it off by referencing her blog post on the topic. She calls out Google’s transparency in admitting they helped several companies build their brand pages in advance of the launch. However, she’s noticed some of those organizations haven’t grown their followings or done much posting.
After a few days in Winnipeg, I decided to use the rest of the week to enjoy new time share.